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factorise y^3-10y+3

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\[y ^{3}-10y+3=0\] \[y ^{3}-10y=-3\] \[-9y ^{3}=-3\] \[y ^{3}=\frac{ -3 }{ -9 }\] \[y ^{3}=\frac{ 1 }{ 3 }\]
@Yacoub1993 Check the third step.
y^3 and 10y not like terms???

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ohh ok
x-3 is a factor
mistaken didnt focus sorry
go ahead next
y you are putting it equal to zero??? @Yacoub1993
its finished like that
so that i factorize it
no no basically what you are trying to find a value of y such that if you put it in this equation will result in zero not to factorize it
ahha understood @rizwan_uet u should be my tutor for real :)
thanks Yacoub i will help you if you need
you have this y^3-10y+3 now we can write y^3+3y^2-3y^2-y-9y+3 y^3-3y^2+3y^2-9y-y+3 y^2(y-3)+3y(y-3)-1(y-3) can you do the last step??

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